2019-20 Kindergarten Registration Starts Soon
Is your child turning five on or before Dec. 31, 2019? If so, it’s almost time to register for kindergarten.
Kindergarten registration opens for the 2019-20 school year on Feb. 1, 2019.
Starting school is an exciting time, for both children and parents. Although exciting, it can also be daunting if you don’t have the information you need. To help, Elk Island Public Schools (EIPS) has put together an online toolkit to make the transition as smooth as possible for Brentwood Elementary families.
BRENTWOOD ELEMENTARY INFORMATION NIGHT
Thursday, April 25 6:30 - 7:30pm
*More information to come
When Can My Child Start Kindergarten?
To register for kindergarten in the 2019-20 school year, your child must be five years old on or before Dec. 31, 2019.
Kindergarten Information 2018-19
LOGOS Kindergarten - Tuesday/Fridays and select Wednesdays FOLLOWS Group B Calendar.
Regular Kindergarten Newsletter & Calendars
LOGOS Kindergarten Newsletter & Calendar
Throughout the year the Brentwood Program provides students with special learning opportunities including:
- Mother's Day Tea, Father's Fun Night, Christmas Celebration;
- Guest speakers - Little Elks Bus Safety presentation and Sparky the Fire-dog;
- Skating program - offered at the rink in our school yard (4-5 times);
- Home Reading Program;
- L.I.F.T (Literacy is a Family Thing) program that promotes literacy at home;
- Special activities that focus on fine arts - clay projects and watercolour paintings.
Field trips throughout the year give students a chance to learn about and experience the world around them. Below are some of our destinations:
- Safety City
- Telus World of Science
- Muttart's Conservatory
- John Walter Museum
- Grey Nun's Hospital
- Smeltzer House - Clay Hut
Focus on Family
At Brentwood, we welcome all family members into the classroom on a daily basis and for our many special events celebrating family throughout the year.
The Kindergarten agendas enhance the partnership between parents and teachers and strengthen the Home-School connection.
Progress reports, parent/teacher interviews and student-led interviews all help to keep parents informed and involved in their child's education.
We encourage families to learn together through our homework assignments sent home once a month and our L.I.F.T (Literacy is a Family Thing) program that promotes literacy at home.